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Was out turkey and squirrelin' the other day and came upon a freshly killed buck. being mid-week i was kinda surprised to find it. i backtracked the very sparse blood trail and lost it a few times until finally i saw a guy several hundred yards away trailing it and led him to it. it was his first archery buck and i was glad i could help him out. he was very appreciative and it was a good way to spend the day in an otherwise uneventful hunt.

 

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Did that during flintlock one year when I was still a teen. Found a button buck, then backtracked it and found the shooter. Although that guy wasn't too grateful when he saw it was a BB. Even offered it to me, I said nope I'll get my own, and did. About an hour later I shot a nice big doe. Karma
 

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thanks guys. i think i got almost as much feel-good doing it as the guy who got the buck. i'm a big believer in karma and carrying good deeds forward. i've had people who helped me in small ways and big ways and like to give back when i can.
 

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Nice work. I've done that in rifle season a time or two myself.
 

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pumpgun said:
i'm a big believer in karma and carrying good deeds forward. i've had people who helped me in small ways and big ways and like to give back when i can.
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